Welcome to IMHX 2016
The International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX 2013) delighted visitors, exhibitors and organisers alike when it took place at Birmingham’s NEC recently.
With the highest ever footfall with over 19,500 visitors & a record 412 exhibitors, IMHX 2013 was a roaring success.
Dates for IMHX 2016 revealed
For the next IMHX event in three years’ time, the show is moving to an autumn slot and new halls.
IMHX 2016 will take place from 13-16 September 2016 in halls 9 to 12 of the NEC.
Pre-bookings of stands by exhibitors at this year’s show were excellent, so any companies wishing to exhibit in 2016 are advised to reserve their desired stand as soon as possible.
Supersonic Bloodhound wows visitors
Sponsored by BNP Paribas Leasing Solutions, IMHX 2013 was opened by world land speed record breaker, Richard Noble OBE, who is Project Director for the latest record-attempting vehicle, Bloodhound SSC (SuperSonic Car).
The 14m-long, jet- and rocket-powered car was displayed throughout IMHX in the show’s Skills & Apprenticeships Zone and Richard gave a fascinating presentation to update visitors with the latest news about the car, which will attempt to pass the 1000mph mark.
Free seminars and brand-new feature areas
IMHX 2013 provided a packed programme of free seminars to help companies improve their materials handling.
The IMHX Logistics Excellence Conference featured presentations at strategic level delivered by renowned industry experts, while the IMHX Logistics Case Study Conference offered sessions that outlined best practice from a range of blue-chip companies.
In addition, the Automated Material Handling Systems Association (AMHSA) offered visitors an insight into a range of logistics automation topics with its ‘Meet the Expert’ presentations in the AMHSA Pavilion.
Dave Berridge, Secretary of AMHSA, commented “IMHX has provided our members with a great opportunity to meet prospective buyers of automated solutions and educate visitors about the benefits of automation..."
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• Highest ever footfall with over 19,500 visitors attending
• A record 412 exhibitors with diverse solutions for intralogistics
• Show opened by world land speed record breaker, Richard Noble
• A wealth of brand-new products launched at the show
• Design 4 Safety award winners announced
• New autumn slot for IMHX 2016 revealed
The International Materials Handling Exhibition (IMHX 2013) delighted visitors, exhibitors and organisers alike when it...
The shortlist for the 2013 Design 4 Safety Awards has been revealed, with three products in six categories making it through to the final stages of the competition, which is held in association with IMHX.
The IMHX Design 4 Safety Awards showcases the materials handling industry’s deep commitment to safety, as manifested in innovative safety design features in products and procedures.
Three products or services have been shortlisted in...
World land speed record holder from 1983 to 1997, Richard Noble OBE, will cut the ribbon to open IMHX 2013 – the UK's leading logistics exhibition and one of the country's biggest trade fairs – in front of his latest record-attempting vehicle, Bloodhound SSC (SuperSonic Car).
A sponsor of Bloodhound – which will make its first high-speed runs in the Hakskeen Pan, South Africa, towards the end of this year –...
It was great to see so many new ideas at IMHX, from the smallest forklifts right up to a reach stacker.
General Manager (Operations),The Bristol Port Company